The Brief: House Panel Poised to Move on Hall Impeachment

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The House select committee charged with investigating UT System Regent Wallace Hall could vote as early as May 12 on whether to recommend articles of impeachment to the full chamber.

That announcement was made after the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations received a report prepared by its counsel, attorney Rusty Hardin, in a three-hour closed-door session. "The reasons (for impeachment) listed in Hardin's report include allegations that the regent abused his office in his pursuit of information regarding the University of Texas at Austin and his handling of private student information," reported ...

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